Trend towards bigger deals and more fund investment continues, as deal value rises by half to give best Q1 since 2013.
Holder of one of last remaining independent state institutions set to be replaced by government appointee as parliament cannot agree on a replacement.
But pandemic has delayed restart of convergence with Western Europe until 2023.
Poland is deploying troops to a new camp close to the Belarusian border that will inflame already poor relations as President Alexander Lukashenko cracks down on the Polish minority.
Court to examine whether state-owned refiner's takeover of media group could restrict press freedom.
Government under fire for not restricting movement over Easter despite spike in infections last month.
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban, Polish premier Mateus Morawiecki and former Italian interior minister Matteo Salvini fail to achieve breakthrough at first meeting.
A third wave of the coronavirus pandemic is sweeping through Emerging Europe. While Russia is expecting to reach herd immunity in the next two months, most other countries of the region have only just started their mass immunisation programmes.
Getting an IKEA store is a good guide to how developed a country is. And the Swedish furniture store has an uncanny knack for opening their yellow and blue stores exactly at the beginning of a country's rapid growth phase.
Government first tries to claim move was planned, but then finally admits that it had allowed younger people to jump the vaccination queue by mistake.
Earlier speculation of a rate cut is all but gone now in the context of what appears an incoming period of fast growth of the CPI.
Prosecutors use contentious law on insulting the president to punish writer who ridiculed Duda's comments on US election.
Retail is in for more problems as a new lockdown is expected to last until April 9 at least.
The moderate GDP setbacks in 2020 imply that for some CEE countries there will not be such drastic recovery and rebound effects in 2021 as in hard-hit countries in Western Europe.
The expansion was below market consensus, which expected growth of 4.5% y/y.
With economies primed to rebound as pandemic restrictions are loosened, consumer prices could rise even further, reawakening an issue that has long been ignored.
The lower reading of the core index all but affirms that a period of stability in Poland’s monetary policy is ahead.
Inflation likely reached bottom in February and is now expected to climb up towards the upper range of the central bank’s deviation band.
Copper prices are approaching their all-time high as investors flood into the market for the red/green metal.
Emerging Europe has a growing number of female politicians taking a stand against corruption and authoritarianism.